EA Announces Several Server Shutdowns Coming in October

By Mark Delaney, 1 year ago
Server shutdowns aren't taken lightly by this community, so allow me to take the time and calmly remind you all to not shoot the messenger. EA has revealed several servers will be going offline later in 2017. On October 24th, the following games will have their online functionality disabled:

We had previously reported the FIFA shutdowns and these were supposed to close on July 3rd. It looks like these have had a reprieve for three months, but it's now known that the entire EA Sports 2012 and 2013 lineups will be joining them, as well as Burnout Crash. Each of these games has had their hub pages flagged with the necessary warnings. Make sure to prioritize the online trophies if you plan to earn the completions before the October shutdown.
Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark has been gaming for over two decades and writing for the TrueGaming Network since 2011. He greatly prefers single-player to online modes, but is always taking challengers in Rocket League and Madden. Aside from games, he loves sci-fi, NFL football (go Titans), and biking. He'll be disappointed when The Last of Us 2 is announced.